Aggie Men Lose in Laredo

—By Laura Nelson on 01/04/2013 Laredo, Texas—The OPSU men met up with more than they could handle Thursday night in a Heartland Conference game against Texas A&M International as the Aggies shot a dismal 29.5 percent from the field and only 10 percent from beyond the arc.

The Aggies took the lead with a Tavien Rosemond 2-point shot at the beginning, but it turned out that was the only time they would lead. The Dustdevils took over and led the Aggies 42-18 at halftime, never looking back as they crushed OPSU to take the 79-42 win. Rosemond led the Aggie scoring with 12 followed by Damar Hill with nine. Bill Lee grabbed eight rebounds. The men have lost the last five games and their over season record sits at 4-9 and they are 0-2 in conference play.

They tip off against the St. Mary's University Rattlers (8-1, 1-0 HC) in San Antonio Saturday, Jan. 5 at approximately 4 p.m. Fans can follow the action at www.stmarytx.edu/athletics/ using the Live Stats link found on the left of the page.


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